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12th June 2013, 01:06 PM |#121  
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But why in the OP does it say supported models if it's only for the droid DNA?

It doesn't have the right partition mapping

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12th June 2013, 01:53 PM |#122  
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This is where the confusion is coming from in op it says m7_u etc see screenshot, as i were going to flash it but never becausr of the conflicting posts

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12th June 2013, 06:26 PM |#123  
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But why in the OP does it say supported models if it's only for the droid DNA?

no matter how learned we are, we often make mistakes.

OP is right about his work. but Argumentation supported this thread very well. he converted the hboot file to zip file and while doing that, he only put the values of droid dna. in short , the Hboot file supports all the above listed models but zip file supports only Droid Dna.

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12th June 2013, 08:10 PM |#124  
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no matter how learned we are, we often make mistakes.

OP is right about his work. but Argumentation supported this thread very well. he converted the hboot file to zip file and while doing that, he only put the values of droid dna. in short , the Hboot file supports all the above listed models but zip file supports only Droid Dna.

have a nice day!

This is correct, and it also seems the M7 guys are having partition problems, but I don't have a One to test on.

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12th June 2013, 08:17 PM |#125  
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This is correct, and it also seems the M7 guys are having partition problems, but I don't have a One to test on.

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Will wait until there is "official" Sprint HTC one Support then, don't feel like bricking today !
13th June 2013, 03:41 PM |#127  
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Tested on HTC one. Works except internal sdcard is no longer mountable in recovery. Will do some more tests another day. Seems partition map may be slightly different for m7 than the ship hboot

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hi mate do you make any modification to the zip file coz i have moonshined my device and i try to install this eng boot and i cant do it any help thz!!!
13th June 2013, 04:27 PM |#128  
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hi mate do you make any modification to the zip file coz i have moonshined my device and i try to install this eng boot and i cant do it any help thz!!!

That's because this zip isn't for m7. You have to make a different one
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13th June 2013, 07:05 PM |#129  
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@fnoji111 Thank you for your work!!!
@Argumentation Thank you for the zip file!!!

I created a tutorial for changing the model ID on the HTC One (M7). I gave you guys credits in my tutorial.

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hi mate do you make any modification to the zip file coz i have moonshined my device and i try to install this eng boot and i cant do it any help thz!!!

Just edit the "android-info-txt" file and put your model ID just like this:


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Tested on HTC one. Works except internal sdcard is no longer mountable in recovery. Will do some more tests another day. Seems partition map may be slightly different for m7 than the ship hboot

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How did you get that to boot up?
13th June 2013, 07:20 PM |#130  
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@fnoji111 Thank you for your work!!!
@Argumentation Thank you for the zip file!!!

I created a tutorial for changing the model ID on the HTC One (M7). I gave you guys credits in my tutorial.

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Just edit the "android-info-txt" file and put your model ID just like this:



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How did you get that to boot up?

I made an update zip for my device and flashed it in fastboot after doing rebootruu

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13th June 2013, 07:40 PM |#131  
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I made an update zip for my device and flashed it in fastboot after doing rebootruu

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Is it similar to Argumentation's zip file?
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